Day & Nite All Service, a national installation and repairs firm with over 40 year’s experience, has announced that it will be opening its first ever Connecticut location. While this office serves as a natural middle ground between their offices in New York and Boston, the company also hopes that the expansion symbolizes to the Connecticut restaurant and foodservice community that Day & Nite is there with quality repair solutions for the Nutmeg State operator.
Industry veteran Bryth Halpin has been tabbed as General Manager of Day & Nite’s Connecticut branch and believes that there is a huge opportunity lying in his home state. Halpin has lived in Connecticut his entire life, and he noted that there is a huge opening for quality service in Connecticut. “We see a large opportunity to provide a new level of service for our industry,” he explained. Halpin, who was born in New Fairfield and went to college at Western Connecticut University has been working at Day & Nite for ten years and plans to use his connection to the state to help grow the business.
And as the people of Connecticut seek to reinvigorate their state after key losses over the past several years, Day & Nite CEO Mike Berman believes that the people of Connecticut are in dire need of companies like theirs to step up. He explained, “Our investment in this is an investment in opportunity. When everyone else is fleeing, what better time for us to say, ‘You have never had a service provider with an emphasis on food quality and safety like us.”
At the end of the day, nothing is more important than quality service, and that is precisely what you can expect from Day & Nite. Day & Nite strives to be a “one call fixes all solution.” This means that unlike a traditional repairs or installation company, Day & Nite will customize their service specifically for your business. In addition, Day & Nite has an esteemed staff filled with trained technicians who are ready to help all kinds of businesses. “We know we will be able to deliver what the market has come to expect,” Halpin commented.
Though Day & Nite has been around for a long time, the company has been making a rapid expansion over the past decade. Last year, Day & Nite added a location in Eastern Massachusetts, and of the expansion, Berman noted, “We have the opportunity to refine and enhance a proven model every time Day & Nite/All Service enters a new market.” Surely, the same applies here.
As technology has taken over the kitchen, it has become more important than ever for a restaurant or corporation to receive the proper repairs for their products. As Day & Nite’s President Matthew Sher explained: “Having technology enter the kitchen is a pro and a con for businesses. Effectively, when a business replaces several parts of their kitchen with one piece of technology, they are placing a far greater importance on that product if it breaks. This means that restaurants should prioritize installation and repairs so that their equipment is always in top shape. “
Day & Nite works with corporations and restaurants of all sizes, so if you are interested in contacting Day & Nite’s Connecticut office, you can visit their website or you can follow them on Facebook. The Connecticut office is located in Danbury. “With this location Day & Nite is positioned to cover the service needs of commercial kitchens throughout the state.”